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Training never stops for Keanna - not even on her birthday.
Training never stops for Keanna - not even on her birthday.
Farah Jamil joined Bellahouston Boxing Club in Glasgow just to get fit and now boxes competitively.
BBC Breakfast's Lorna Gordon learns about different boats and the benefits of sailing in our Facebook live.
BBC Scotland's Suzanne Allan meets tennis star Gordon Reid, who dreams of Paralympic gold and bringing sport to all athletes regardless of ability.
Four-time Olympic silver medallist Ian Stark reflects on his career in eventing from humble beginnings to world success.
Scottish climber Jamie Andrew becomes the first quadruple amputee to conquer the Matterhorn.
The health benefits of being a golf spectator are to be investigated by researchers at Edinburgh University.
Distance runner Andrew Butchart talks training in the rain, competing with Mo Farah and how the Murray brothers are an inspiration.
Judo star Stephanie Inglis vows to return to her sport as she returns home to complete her recovery from serious injuries.
Runners of all abilities highlight the reasons why they love getting out and 'pounding the pavements'.
Gordon Reid, Jordanne Whiley & Lucy Shuker discuss the progress of wheelchair tennis and help of the Tennis Foundation.
British Blind Sport releases First Steps activity packs to build confidence for visually impaired children in Scotland.
Meet 100-year-old John, who keeps himself fit by swimming every day - and doing a handstand at the same time.
Paralympian David Smith gets on a bike for the first time since having life-saving surgery on a back tumour.
See how the world turned upside down on Saturday, 25 June for the spectacular 2016 International Handstand Day.
Try the Make Your Move challenge that will not only improve your flexibility but will get your core muscles working too.
Catch up with the Make Your Move Q&A with Rebecca Adlington, Mark Foster and Dr Victoria King - answering questions on taking the plunge.
A man takes on a walk from John O' Groats to Land's End to raise awareness about OCD and to help him in his battle with his own forms of the illness.
Find out how helping others can also help us live longer and get better mental health in this new iWonder guide.
Four years ago Malcolm Watt was diagnosed with a rare form of dementia. He now needs round-the-clock care, except when he's back on the tennis court.
Women-only swimming sessions are about getting into the pool, whether to exercise, make or meet friends or have fun in a relaxed and enclosed environment.
Would you like to go swimming but have concerns about getting in and out of the pool? Here are some options.
Meet Wez and Dave, who feature in the first of 'Old School with the Hairy Bikers' - about a generation-bridging volunteering scheme.
Tsegai Tewelde talks about his rise from land-mine casualty to GB Olympics qualifier after his first-ever marathon.
Scotland's Abby Kane, 12, is in line for a place at the Rio Paralympics after achieving the qualifying time in the S13 100m backstroke.
Greenock-based ice hockey group Piranhas has over 1,200 years of experience on the ice and meet up every week for 'fantastic aerobic exercise.'
Active Tuesday at the Alistair McCoist Complex in East Kilbride, is a fitness club that caters for the over-50s.
Sir Chris Hoy, Minister for Sport, Health Improvement and Mental Health Jamie Hepburn and sportscotland chief executive Stewart Harris extol the benefits of community sport hubs.
Lesley McKenna, Robbie Renwick and Keelan Phillips reveal what inspired them in BBC Get Inspired Q&A, hosted by Sanjeev Kohli.
About 450 Scottish school pupils aged 16-18 are to take part in a BBC Get Inspired Active Academy at Dundee International Sports Centre.
A Q&A with Robbie Renwick, Lesley McKenna and Keelan Phillips presented by Sanjeev Kohli.
By using poles, Nordic walking gives participants an arm and upper back work-out as well as involving their lower body muscles.
The number of swimmers braving the open water at Scotland's beaches is on the increase, according to Scottish Swimming.
Breaking down barriers and celebrating women at the Audacious Women Festival in Edinburgh
Scotland's Drew Galloway tells us how he became a professional wrestler, his love for it and the benefits he gets from exercise.
Meet Christie Anne Shannon, teenage figure skating champion, who fits in four training sessions a week before school has started.
Eight exercises so simple you could probably do them while trapped in a cabin in a blizzard.
If you only have one leg, football isn't perhaps the most obvious choice but, as Willie Johnston found out, an amputee version of the game does exist, and it is about to come to Scotland.
How to get into rugby union - into the thick of the 15-player game or try rugby sevens, which is making its Olympic debut in 2016.
Some well-known Scots admit how mindful they really are about their fitness, and how they fit exercise into their day.
Britain's number one wheelchair tennis player Gordon Reid started playing tennis "on his feet running around" as a six-year old in Helensburgh.
Employment scheme Street Step aims to help young people access work, training and education by raising heart rates in a dance studio.
Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon admits to using the lift too much and hopes to improve on her regime at home.
What are your exercise habits? Lorraine Kelly is a regular at her local keep fit class.
Judy Murray says she doesn't do much exercise but has devised an exercise regime to help her 'stay alive'.
BBC Radio Scotland presenter Shereen Nanjiani admits to being a bit of a 'gym bunny' but is aware of being too sedentary in between.
TV & radio presenter Kaye Adams describes her fitness classes as 'twice weekly torture sessions' as she gets Honest About Exercise.
What are your exercise habits? Carol Smillie says hers are 'abysmal' as we ask familiar faces how mindful they are about fitness in our #HonestAboutExercise series.
Find out how to clean your bicycle to squeaky-clean perfection and prolong its life in bad weather.
Are you competitive or laid back? Do you excel or melt under pressure? Discover which sport best suits your personality.
What does it take for a girl from Bothwell in South Lanarkshire to reach the top in the world of badminton?
Sport and education must go hand in hand if Scotland is to produce more successful athletes, according to Glasgow Rocks head coach.
What do female international footballers do when the season ends? Some head to Australia to surf, sightsee and play more football.
Knockout news for veteran boxing coach Rab as he is awarded the BBC Get Inspired Unsung Hero award for Scotland
The Davis Cup tennis doubles partners are in the hot seats as they face questions about their childhood and try to remember each others' birthdays.
Meet the Glasgow football team aiming to break down the barriers of racism in Scottish sport.
Starting your own exercise group might have more benefits than you think. We talked to some people who have done it themselves and asked for some tips.
Oksana Chusovitina defies the odds in a sport renowned for the extremely young age of its competitors.
An insight into the work of the hidden gems in sport.
Playing with friends on the field or watching professionals from the stand - the football memories helping to tackle dementia.
Join Eddie Izzard and take part in a UK-wide campaign to boost sports volunteering before the end of 2015.
"I felt lost and out of control and so I went for a run" - one father's journey to the Great Scottish Run.
BBC Get Inspired reporter Scott Currie puts on a wet suit for his first surfing lesson, in the North Sea.
How specially-devised fitness sessions for dogs and their owners are proving to be more than just a walk in the park.
Get Inspired reporter Louise Andrew saddles up to find out why the Borders is a hotbed for equestrian champions.
If you like walking, running, swimming or cycling, there are loads of events for you to take part in at the Sport Relief Games.
BBC Get Inspired reporter Marion MacNeil looks into why people are taking the outdoor plunge and returning to our lidos, rivers and lochs.
Pay-as-you-go netball sessions popping up throughout Scotland are enticing women back to their sporting roots.
Tennis on the Road has been launched by Judy Murray to give parents, coaches and students advice on how to run fun, simple tennis sessions for adults and children.
The martial arts class where the parents are stepping up their involvement.
Do you stretch before going a run? Try these simple drills and find out what the benefits are like.
Shinty stalwart Karen Cameron explains how the women's game has come to blossom since her youth.
Our friends at British Cycling have given us some great tips and hints on how to go about buying a bike.
Sometimes being active can be as simple as going out a walk with your dog.
How to play rugby without getting flattened by the opposition.
Glasgow Front Runners is a running group which meets twice a week and offers support, advice and motivation for its members.
Adding a bit of activity into your day doesn't have to mean hours at the gym. Take a look at this guide to get some tips on working out your own way.
Annie Butterworth of Aberdour Women argues that shinty is more than just a game for men.
Resurgence in Scottish skiing prompts BBC Get Inspired reporter Louise Andrew to slide back into the groove at Glencoe Mountain ski resort.
What can Scotland's number one player teach a lapsed golfer about getting back into the sport?
Three-time Olympian Lesley McKenna introduces BBC Get Inspired reporter to her first snowboarding trick.
Researchers say current exercise guidelines are unrealistic and argue doctors should promote small increases in activity instead.
In a meteoric and unexpected rise from the comfort of my sofa, I have somehow become a Scottish gymnastics champion.
Scotland's first paraclimb competition showcases some of the UK's best disability rock climbers as well as offering taster sessions.